Can I see your bullet journal

Can I see your bullet journal?


I filled up a 200 page bullet journal over the course of six months.

I used it from January 2018-June 2018.

Here are some of my favorite drawings, doodles, and spreads:
Hand-lettered quote.
1–19–18

February 15th-21st Monthly spread.

March was a boring, low key month and I mostly only did journal entries, I did do this though:
Reminder to get through tough times.

April daily spread.
(Recently traveled to Canada, hence the tickets.
)

May monthly spread.

June monthly spread.

June weekly spread 1st-7th.

Old journal and new journal side by side.

Those were all from my old bullet journal.
My new one isn’t as organized but I still have doodles:
Opening up the journal with a July cover page.

A places I want to visit page.

Some heavy-inking that needs work.

Practicing flourishes.

Quotes galore.

I love the idea and aesthetic of keeping a journal that meets all your needs for planning, drawing, writing, tracking, literally anything.

I would love to get back into the habit of journaling everyday.

It’s done wonders for my handlettering.

And for my wallet.

From the stars,
Dawn.


Can I see your bullet journal?


I filled up a 200 page bullet journal over the course of six months.

I used it from January 2018-June 2018.

Here are some of my favorite drawings, doodles, and spreads:
Hand-lettered quote.
1–19–18

February 15th-21st Monthly spread.

March was a boring, low key month and I mostly only did journal entries, I did do this though:
Reminder to get through tough times.

April daily spread.
(Recently traveled to Canada, hence the tickets.
)

May monthly spread.

June monthly spread.

June weekly spread 1st-7th.

Old journal and new journal side by side.

Those were all from my old bullet journal.
My new one isn’t as organized but I still have doodles:
Opening up the journal with a July cover page.

A places I want to visit page.

Some heavy-inking that needs work.

Practicing flourishes.

Quotes galore.

I love the idea and aesthetic of keeping a journal that meets all your needs for planning, drawing, writing, tracking, literally anything.

I would love to get back into the habit of journaling everyday.

It’s done wonders for my handlettering.

And for my wallet.

From the stars,
Dawn.


Can I see your bullet journal?


I filled up a 200 page bullet journal over the course of six months.

I used it from January 2018-June 2018.

Here are some of my favorite drawings, doodles, and spreads:
Hand-lettered quote.
1–19–18

February 15th-21st Monthly spread.

March was a boring, low key month and I mostly only did journal entries, I did do this though:
Reminder to get through tough times.

April daily spread.
(Recently traveled to Canada, hence the tickets.
)

May monthly spread.

June monthly spread.

June weekly spread 1st-7th.

Old journal and new journal side by side.

Those were all from my old bullet journal.
My new one isn’t as organized but I still have doodles:
Opening up the journal with a July cover page.

A places I want to visit page.

Some heavy-inking that needs work.

Practicing flourishes.

Quotes galore.

I love the idea and aesthetic of keeping a journal that meets all your needs for planning, drawing, writing, tracking, literally anything.

I would love to get back into the habit of journaling everyday.

It’s done wonders for my handlettering.

And for my wallet.

From the stars,
Dawn.


I Absolutely love Bullet Journalling and would I like to show few pages from it.
I free hand on my Bullet Journal, without using stencils or rulers, because I want it to be less of a work and more about the experience.

This is how my Bullet Journal Looks like.
Simple writing book with blank pages.

It includes personal details, index, personal goals, highlights of the year, etc.
And is followed my my monthly spreads.

All my monthly spreads have a coverage page like this
Each month then contains, daily spreads where I write about my daily routine, moods, expenses and manifestations.
Them being a little personal, I would only like to share my mood trackers.

Then of course I doodle.
I copy minimal arts from Pinterest and colour them.
It helps me stay calm and it's obviously fun (I am in no way or form an artist).

Bullet Journalling is a form of meditation for me.
When ever I cannot keep up with the hustle, I come to it and journal.
It helps me be more accountable to myself and set my priorities.
I catch it up before sleeping and conclude my day.


I have tons if images of my bullet journal on my Instagram account and my website.

I have included a few images to ive you an idea of my style of work, although it is constantly evolving and changing.


I am not an artist.
My Bullet Journal is strictly functional.
That was my July 2017-Dec 2017 journal sometime in November.
So, it’s dinged up from carrying around.

Updated: 08.06.2019 — 8:49 pm

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